Pendulum Waves Going Apeshit 18. September 2011 Via coolcrazylogicpendulumscienceShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Frühere Beiträge OMFG – Lisa’s drunk ass Makeup Tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g1bLStgHPM Via Buddy-ogün http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuLZy7RplwE Via Remember Battlefield BC2? Sentinel’s Retaliation Remix http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QiohtaGoKY Via Dieser Beitrag hat 59 Kommentare if we pull them with the same angle as the different length of pendulum created, then what happen? Will they swing in one line? i want one @willzer808 No, I don’t think that the pendulum waves video is a good model of sound pressure waves in a confined space. @svh605 No. Since each pendulum swings back and forth with a different period of time, they will still get out of step. amazing design! so cool man Lmao. I was listening to dubstep in the background. Trippy shit. @NatSciDemos Entropy? 36 dislikers don’t like swings… if we change the length of the longest pendulum so it completes a different number of oscillations per minute and we increase one oscillation per minute for each new pendulum does it move in the same way? @kevinbassplayer k-k-k-k-k-keep on trollin bud @TheZombiesExist What song? I feel like only a certain type of dubstep would go with this. How long do the pendulums swing before they lose all momentum? Also, I have a question for you frictionists, as I like to call you. Would it be accurate to say that if this was done in a vacuum, it would go on for a significantly longer period? @OkashiiBoy Ghosts N Stuff by Deadmau5 @OkashiiBoy Infinitely long period I believe. No friction in a vacuum so yes. @OkashiiBoy Just say no to Nubstep please! @persuadedtooeasily it is in 3D LOL, you see in 3D lawl What amazing order and structure to creation. 0:36 Rotating illusion 😀 EPIC STONER CONTENT! is there a fixed relation between the period of the entire pattern (for all the balls) and the period of say, the longest pendulum? oh, and 37 people should be shot @forcednative Yes, the period of once complete cycle of the dance is 60 seconds. The longest pendulum executes 51 oscillations in this 60 second period. @OkashiiBoy They swing for several minutes before coming to rest. In principle they would swing a little longer in a vacuum, but the vacuum doesn’t eliminate the friction of the pendulum at the point of its suspension. Who needs acid.. get a set of Pendulums and trip off them instead,,, @excriminal1 hahaha 0:30 sound wave 0:54 double helix structure 1:20 spiral Mind state: blown wait, does this have something to do with the least common multiple, is this like a demonstration of the least common multiple in practice? @masterineverything I guess so. One minute would be the least common multiple of the 15 periods of oscillation. Interesting take on this …. @masterineverything I guess so. One minute would be the least common multiple of the 15 periods of oscillation. Interesting take on this. When its gonna stop Hehehe…. Balls. this is so cool we re learning abou this in school and our teacher showed us this and this is awesom! Wooooh, pretty. (* , *) When we know this and learn to notice natural periods or cycles (peaks and troughs on any axis in any space, for example), we can conclude the relation between music and frequency. will it ever stop? Yes, friction of the rope and resistance from the air will eventually stop the motion. Ah yes I agree! See, science is cool. I could look at this forever. it behaves as if the pendulums were controlled by a bifurcation diagram, with the duplication of periods and the passages between order and chaos Like a bad orgy!!!… too many balls, gets weird, then gets cool, then wierd… Ok… Fuck It, I Lied. I’ts Drum and Bass. What You Gonna Do? In the beginning I thought it was Alien not Allen lawls :3 my brain melted سبحان الله Makes me think of cellular automata. Beautiful. I think I’m gonna make one now 🙂 What is the quadratic equation for the 15 lengths of rope? Noooo! I wanted to see it finish! I was fascinated! amazing! Hey Wes thus is a bad ass video. Whatever beating is, the description says it is demonstrated yet your comment says otherwise. How long the pendulum take to stop? About 15 to 20 minutes. If two pendulums of non similar lengths(Smaller/Bigger) After how many oscillations of smaller pendulum, they will again be in the same phase? Can anyone help me I love Science Its moving side to side. no…..Its moving in a circle, OR is it an oval? WAIT I GOT IT, A CONE, eeehhh, no a square. (my thoughts here…) Kommentare sind geschlossen.